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Performed by: Samuel Siegel - mandolin ; Marie Caveny - ukulele
Composed by: Samuel Siegel
Record format: Edison Diamond Disc test pressing
Matrix number: 6599-B-1-1
Recording date: 1918
NPS object catalog number: EDIS 76220
This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings
It also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture
Artist/Composer: Samuel Siegel, Marie Caveny
Date: 1918-00-00 00:00:00
Source: National Park Service
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Terrific find!
As per the previous reviewers, this is indeed a wonderful example of ragtime playing and the instrumental combination is perfect! That said, I will state that the impressive 'riffs' you are hearing are coming from the mandolin, not the ukelele.
Evan Honorama -
This is amazing! Mandolin and ukulele are such a perfect match, who would've known? Two great players did and prove it.
If you enjoyed this, definitely check out their medley of the Hawaiian song "KuÊ»u ipo i ka heÊ»e puÊ»e one," provided by the good people at the UC-SB Cylinder Preservation & Digitization Project:
Subject: Ukelele FEVAAAAAAA!
If you want to hear someone just go nute on a ukelele, you've come to the right place as this guy GOES TO WORK on his ukelele taking the playing to new heights. I initially thought he was playing a banjo. The fact the this was a ukelele makes me that more impressed.